The final DLC for black ops two is almost here.
Pod is set in a failed utopian village, where you are able to jump between small enclosed interior rooms to another taking people out along the way. Combat on this map can range from small to medium to long range fire throughout the map as you fight in,through and around the pods.
Frost takes place in post snow storm amsterdam. The map is split down the middle by a bridge that crosses a frozen river. This map allows you to have epic battles both on the bridge and under it using boats as cover.
Takeoff brings us back to one of the fan favorites from black ops which is ‘Stadium’ but has been given a new vibe, atmosphere, theme and a new look by being a floating rocket launch facility in the middle of the ocean, but all the familiar routes and flanking points will all still be familiar to the player.
The next map is the map ‘Dig’ which is set in an archeological site that is being excavated, it has been made around the Call of Duty: World at War map courtyard, but has been made its own map with its own unique features.
Origins is the last Zombies map in the series. As the name of the map says, it goes back to the origin of the zombies idea, where Nikolai Belinski, Tank Dempsey,Takeo Masaki and Edward Richtofen meet for the first time. They join each other in the largest scale zombie map ever made. The atmosphere is further enhanced by dynamic weather changes such as snow falling, rolling fog and rain storms.
This zombies map features two new era specific guns: the ‘MG08’ machine gun and a new starting pistol for the first time which is called the ‘mauser’.
A new feature is the zombie tank, which is a defendable platform that will move around the map which you can use to hold off zombie hordes and to possibly discover some easter eggs along the way.
Oh yeah, did i mention the GIANT ROBOTS!!??
A 1000 foot robot will be striding across the landscape which will create hazards or opportunities for the skilled player making this a zombies map that has to be seen to be believed.